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Mission Accomplished: SpaceX Crew Dragon Splashes Down in Atlantic

By Jason Freely / a day ago

Splashdown After undocking with the International Space Station Saturday yesterday evening, NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley began their thrill ride of a return journey inside SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. “Thanks for flying @SpaceX.” 📍 Current Location: Planet Earth A 2:48pm ET, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug splashed down, marking the first splashdown of an American […]

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Start Training For Your Electrical Engineer Career with These Classes

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

We take our level of connectivity for granted. While many developed nations and economies have internet and major electrical power grids, developing nations are just starting to come online. The United Nations estimates that a majority of the world’s population does not have access to an internet connection. Studies have also found that nearly 15 […]

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You’ve Never Seen Sneakers That Can Stand up to This Type of Abuse

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Indestructible Shoes have revolutionized the shoe industry over the last few years, changing the way people think about athletic and safety footwear. But if you don’t own a pair yet, or if you do, and you’d like an excuse to buy another pair, you’re in luck. Because Indestructible Shoes just released a trio of new […]

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Marine Corps Bans Service Members From Mining Bitcoin on Military Devices

By Jason Freely / 5 days ago

Crypto Ban According to a Tuesday U.S. Marine Corps memo, service members are now banned from mining cryptocurrency on any government-issued phones or devices. It’s an unusual announcement, and like mattress warning labels or “do not shake the vending machine” signs, probably something that no one thought to ban until it actually became a problem. […]

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Physicists Say There’s a 90 Percent Chance Civilization Will Soon Collapse

By Jason Freely / 6 days ago

Final Countdown If humanity continues down its current path, civilization as we know it is heading toward “irreversible collapse” in a matter of decades. That’s according to research published in the journal Scientific Reports, which models out our future based on current rates of deforestation and other resource use. As Motherboard reports, even the rosiest […]

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Here’s Why NASA’s Next Rover is Bringing a Mars Rock Back to Mars

By Jason Freely / 7 days ago

Homeward Bound In a matter of days, NASA is set to launch its Perseverance rover to Mars. One curiosity of the mission is that Perseverance will be bringing a rock back to the Red Planet that scientists believe originated on Mars roughly 600,000 to 700,000 years ago, as the BBC reports — for a fascinating scientific […]

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This Science-Backed Anti-Aging Research Could Change the Way We Age

By Jason Freely / last week

Nobody likes getting old. That’s why you can walk into any drugstore in the country and find a hundred different “anti-aging” creams, oils, masks, serums, and vitamins. Unfortunately, while many of these products may claim to “reverse the aging process,” none of them actually address the underlying cause of aging. If you want to do […]

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